Friday Nights at NGV: featuring thoughtography and short talk
Enjoy after-hours entry to Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei , along with live music and dining. Hear a short talk by a La Trobe expert exploring the significant influence of these two artists on pop culture and modern life. Explore how your brain sees art with our pop-up interactive Thoughtography installation.
- Friday 11 March 2016 06:00 pm until Friday 11 March 2016 10:00 pm (Add to calendar)
ngv.vic.gov.au; 03 8662 1555
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- Online: $24 M / $30 A / $12 Ch
Door: (limited) $29 M / $35 A / $15 Ch
Please be advised that general admission exhibition tickets do not permit entry into Friday Nights at NGV or any other program or event. These events are sold separately.
Start the weekend early with Friday Nights at NGV. Enjoy after hours entry to Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei, short talks, food and bars, plus DJ sets in the NGV Garden and weekly live performances by international and Australian acts in the Great Hall.
See the NGV website for more information on the full Friday Nights at NGV program.
La Trobe University is proud to be the official Learning Partner of the Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei exhibition.
Over the course of Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei, La Trobe University will host a series of talks for Friday Nights at NGV. La Trobe experts will discuss topics ranging from film, social media to art and technology, shedding light on the practices, influences and cultural impact of Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei.
Time: 7pm – 7.20pm
Topic: Celebrity, surveillance, capture: the social media of Warhol and Weiwei
Speaker: Dr Hugh Davies, Senior Lecturer, Media Screen & Sound, College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce, La Trobe University
Location: Exhibition space, Ground Floor, NGV International
Thoughtography: how your mind sees art
Explore how your brain sees art with our pop-up interactive Thoughtography installation.
While you look at a selection of works from the Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei exhibition, we'll measure your brainwaves and create 'thoughtographs'. The result is a unique depiction of how your mind responded to the different artworks in the exhibition.
Share your thoughtograph on Facebook or Twitter to go in the draw to win weekly and major prizes.
Create your free thoughtograph during Friday Nights at NGV.
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